I was in the same situation, my bike seemed to run fine, but I decided to look in the tank to make sure there was no issue. Unfortunately, I was able to confirm I had the issue. The fuel strainer was was very clogged with flakes everywhere. Looking inside the tank is preventative maintenance at this point, in my opinion. Waiting until you have a problem could cause you to have an even bigger problem. Being stranded or having to limp home is not something you want to deal with even on short trips. It doesn't take much effort to look inside the tank and at least you will know for sure.I’ve been watching this thread since I got my ATAS ES DCT June 13. I have put 5k miles on it since then, including a 4,300 mile loop from Olympia, WA to Denver, CO. and back. 10 days of riding with one 710 mile day. Several days were high desert with temps near 100F. Negotiated several high speed passes when I needed to hit 90mph. I haven’t had a single negative incident with the bike. I kept up with this thread so I could handle the problem if/when it occurred but so far, nothing. Seems it’s inevitable from what I’ve read here but...